TCU Daily Skiff Friday, January 23, 2004
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Golden Globes
As stars vie for success, fans guess who will achieve “best” status.

On Sunday, eager viewers will no longer have to wait for results of the nominations of the 61st Annual Golden Globe Awards which premiere at 7 p.m. on NBC where the best movies and TV shows will get their credit. Be prepared to see some outrageous apparel on the sexiest stars in Hollywood and to hear crazy acceptance speeches. Here is my forecast on who will collect the renowned gold globe that is second in honor only to the Academy Awards, or more affectionately known as the man that every woman in Hollywood wants, the Oscar.

Based on its various nominations, “Cold Mountain” should walk away with a couple of awards, including Best Performance by an Actress in a Drama by Nicole Kidman.
Nicole Kidman
Golden Globe Nominations 2004
And the nominees are...
Along Came Polly
Potential for a great comedy missed due to weak jokes, story

Along came a slightly funny movie with very little plot and a whole lot of toilet humor.
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